Big Adventure Pass

Expiration: 180 days after purchase

Your all access pass to six of Houston’s most adventurous attractions begins and ends with the Big Adventure Pass.

Whether you prefer exploring the informative & exciting halls at the Houston Museum of Natural Science, getting a hands-on experience with alligators at Gator Country or strolling through the newly opened Houston Botanic Garden – this pass has something for everyone!

Please note that the Houston Botanic Garden requires date-time reservations after purchase.

Refund Policy: No Refunds

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Children's Museum of Houston
Housed in a whimsical building designed by internationally acclaimed architect Robert Venturi, the Children’s Museum of Houston offers a multitude of exhibits bursting with action-packed fun that engage kids in the ultimate learning experience.

What's Included

  • Children's Museum Of Houston General Admission
Downtown Aquarium
Downtown Aquarium is the product of redeveloping two downtown Houston landmarks – Fire Station No. 1 and the Central Waterworks Building. This magnificent six-acre entertainment and dining complex is a 500,000-gallon aquatic wonderland, home to over 300 species of aquatic life from around the globe. With a full-service restaurant, an upscale bar, a fully equipped ballroom, aquatic & geographic exhibits, shopping and a variety of amusements, Downtown Aquarium has it all!
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What's Included

  • Downtown Aquarium All-Day Adventure Pass
Gator Country
Gator Country, located off Interstae 10 in Beaumont, Texas is a 15 acre preserve that has become a safe haven for alligators and several other reptiles. We house Big Al, an 84-year-old alligator who held the former record for being the largest alligator in captivity in Texas measuring in at 13 feet 4 inches and weighing more than 1,000 lbs.
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What's Included

  • Admission To Gator Country
Houston Botanic Garden
Enriching life through discovery, education, and the conservation of plants and the natural environment.

What's Included

  • General Admission To Houston Botanic Garden
Houston Museum of Natural Science
Founded in 1909, the purpose of the Houston Museum of Natural Science has always been to “enhance in individuals the knowledge and delight in natural science and related subjects.” To this very day, this purpose is carried out in every project, program and exhibition associated with the museum.

As one of the most heavily attended museums in the United States, and one of the most attended venues in Houston, the Museum houses the Burke Baker Planetarium, Wortham GIANT Screen Theatre and a fascinating variety of permanent exhibit areas that examine astronomy, space science, Native American culture, paleontology, energy, chemistry, gems and minerals, seashells, Texas wildlife and much more. In addition, the museum frequently presents traveling exhibitions on a variety of topics.

The Museum also maintains two satellite facilities: The George Observatory in Fort Bend County, which houses one of the largest telescopes in the country that is available for public viewing; and the Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land, which has exhibits on dinosaurs; mineralogy; exotic, live frogs and more.

The Museum is a major science learning center with over a half million school children visiting annually, including every fourth grade and seventh grade class in the Houston Independent School District.
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What's Included

  • Houston Museum Of Natural Science General Admission
The San Jacinto Museum and Battlefield Association
The San Jacinto Museum of History is housed in the base of the San Jacinto Monument. The Museum is operated by the San Jacinto Museum of History Association — a non-profit organization — in association with the Texas Historical Commission.
More than just a gateway to a great view, the Museum is your gateway to Texas culture! It was established not only to honor those who fought here in 1836, but also to re-visualize the history of Texas and the Spanish Southwest. It was created as a steward of history, and to promote friendship between Texas, Mexico, Spain, France and Latin America.
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What's Included

  • San Jacinto Museum And Battlefield Admission